Spoiler Delete Kit

Discussion in 'SN95 4.6L Mustang Tech' started by Beau, Jan 8, 2004.


  1. Beau

    Beau Founding Member

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    no the tornado is a brillant device that makes a tornado of air in your intake and it adds 26.6166 hp and 3236616.72 mpg to your stock set up. theres an infomercial so you know it must be legitimate.
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    Dude...I'm buying one. I am gonna smoke the tires off this bad boy.
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    be careful because with all the extra horsepower you could snap your axle very easily...i'd recommend maybe putting stickers on your axle and driveshaft to help strengthen it..
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    and its at pepboys! that place has everything!
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    Around 3.00$US, still expensive :D
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    I just used large zinc bolts, washers, and nuts, to fill in the holes.

    Looks kool, to me.
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    ya that is expensive :(
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    I know I started it, but lets stay on topic please.
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    i think this thread has run it's course...next week i'll get some more plugs and some touch up paint and silicone sealer and get everything looking nice
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    Do what I did....

    I got some vinyl circles at a sign shop (really cheap), and painted them with the factory touch up paint. I waited for it to dry, and then stuck them over the holes.

    That way, nothing sticks up off the surface of the lid. Cheap fix.
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    hmmm that might be what i should do..as it is, i have these little plastic plugs that barely stick up at all and once they get painted i think they'll be ok...that is until i find someone who wants to trade decklids
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    :OT: The heck with the spoiler mod. WHats that in your garage a Cali. Edition stang looks sweet from that shot. :nice:
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    17's x 8.5's from www.performancewheeloutlet.com (great company)
    $150 ea. now. fronts= 245/45 rears 275/45's.
    thanks ! I love it. It gets tons of looks :D
    :scratch: :(
    It's like 4 bolts. Very easy, just be carefull if you do it that when you remove the ends of the shock absorbers things that push/hold the lid open, you hold the lid open well, or it'll slam shut. Happened to me, and chipped the fiberglass on the lid b/c the shock things got closed in it on both sides - He didn't care he was so excited to get the spoiler for free. I was like OMG !:eek: Unfortunately I never messed with changing out the locks, but I don't care b/c I use the remote to open it anyway, and it has that cable inside I could use to open it if absolutely necessary by pulling the back seat down. Maybe one day I'll get him to switch them out. Couldn't figure it out though.
    buy a "GT" badge from Ford - No biggy it's basically a sticker, so it could be removed easily as well. I like not having it for now w/o the spoiler. Looks very clean. My longtubes, o/r X, and magnaflow catback could never be mistaken for a V6 anyway ! 3.5in. tips + no spoiler = :drool:
    my 68 - w/ 67 Shelby taillights. Eleanor fornt end just added. Needs True blue paint job ! Here's a pretty good thread on my 68 -
    http://forums.stangnet.com/showthread.php?t=382298&highlight=eleanor update


    :spot:
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    I like the spoiler pic better :(
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